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16-05-03, 10:22 PM
I have a Farid 4" blade drop point style knife,
this is a carbon tool steel, full tang no taper
hardwood handle,lanyard hole and a heavy duty
leather pouch sheath. This knife is HEAVY DUTY!,
massive stock. The knife is in very good condition,some scratches
on the sheath,one was for sale at Stoneleigh for £150!
i am looking for a realistic trade? anyone interested?
waldorf - what sort of things are you interested in trading it for?
17-05-03, 11:43 AM
Bagman i am pretty much open to offers,
all the knives i have are mainly fixed blade hunter
patterns, i do not own any folders but would consider
one , would consider a small Gransfors axe?
Thanks 4 looking
17-05-03, 02:01 PM
Knife list of items willing to trade, let me know if any are of interest, would be willing to trade/pay cash also. I am open to offers!
BM Mini AFCK M2 steel Plain edge (near mint)
Delica Blue, ATS55 Plain edge (near tip has slight mark)
Ka Bar Ka Bar- Black blade plain edge, leather stacked handle (sharpened twice, slight scratches on black finish)
CRK&T Large Kasper folder plain edge (near mint)
Ontario Marine knife (well used)
154cm Camillus EDC (near mint)
Matriarch ATS55 (near mint, never used)
CRK& T M16 02Z (Tanto, plain edge, slightly used. I had to replace a screw on this knife so it looks a little weird I used a flat head model)
20-05-03, 01:47 PM
Already said I was interested in a trade!:confused:
20-05-03, 05:39 PM
Yes I am interested.:)
20-05-03, 05:40 PM
What is the steel type BTW?
20-05-03, 07:40 PM
The best i can tell you is that it is a high carbon tool steel!
i know farid has used a lot of different types of tool steel
21-05-03, 09:57 AM
21-05-03, 03:15 PM
Hope you like it General.
21-05-03, 04:20 PM
Must admit I have been after a mega beefy smaller fixed blade for some time. I have been happy with my M2 Nimravious for that task, but after many viewings of Ray Mears stuff, quite fancied a similar style of knife.
Looking forward to it!
It will also only be my second custom knife...:o
I'm sure it won;t be your last. It looks like one tough blade. It good to see a British custom maker going well.
21-05-03, 10:49 PM
I`d like to see your face when you unwrap this knife,
you have not seen beef like it,
it must have taken 2 cow`s to make the sheath!
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